Cafe de lento is a cozy cafe in the Motomachi district. A lovely place to relax, you'll wish you could eat their lunches every day. A little pricey, though.
Cafe de lento. - image © Florentyna Leow
We love this cozy little cafe in the Motomachi district, and not just because it has dozens of adorable hanging lamps inside. It’s a lovely neighbourhood place to relax in, and their lunches are the sort of food you wish you could eat every day. Try the fresh and vibrant Niçoise salad, paired with a homemade muffin thickly slathered with honey and butter or rye bread with ham and cheese. (We saw many people buying muffins to take home!) Plus, the strawberry tart is a gorgeous little snack. The (minor) downside is it all comes to about JPY2000, which is perhaps a little pricey for a cafe lunch.
Cafe de lento
カフェ ド レント
5-213 Moto-machi, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, 231-0861
Train: 4-minute walk from the south exit of Ishikawacho Station on the JR Negishi line.
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